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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Pa are Edison Phonographs We are sole agents'" for these goods in Lethbridge and carry a full line of macmnes, both two and four minute records. .CANADIAN PRICES ON 'PHONOGRAPHS Coifhbtnation StaniardV Standard Combination :Home' Home Combination THE EAST DESERTED {FALL OF 1910 OFFERS POOREST STAKES AND THE ONCE POP- vLethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 1031 412 ROUND Eastern Turf .Notes The Lyiinewood farm races of Oc- tober S be the most elaborate NEW MAJOR LEAGUE WAY ING RAPIDLY ENCE. INTO DECAD- New York. Sept a period of 30: years the Sheepshead Bay race i racing entertainment of the autumn s Tempting Offers Made to Well-Known Star Ball Players SENSATIONAL ARRESTS cross-country season. Joseph E. Wid- ULAR SPORT OF KINGS IS PASSJener, the'horseman, Philadelphia, will conduct them and guarantee the purses and he has appointed a number of prominent. eastern' to act -with him as officials. It is said that. Prank J. Nolan has Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. 27. That the new major league, v D. A. Fletch- er has been trying to organise may At Selling News: papers With Betting Toronto, Sept. Action was tak- en 'by .staff inspector Kennedy of the morality -department, this morning 'as become a reality .-was admitted today j a result of a, copy of the New York Cincinnati ...'..100 001 Garrv Hprrnsrti-n of the i'i'elesra-Dh whio7i -nto-fort THE SHOP .Rear Sitting. Room Alexandra Hotel Class Work, f Eveirthing oil the Square. '.Patronage Solicited., THOMAS Proprietor. OTTAWA CORNWALL OUT TO. WfPE THEM THE PRO LACROSSE .MAPS --Sc cut; the. officers of the Capital "stbry-from. Toronto that Ottawa re to be obliterated. contemplated by the men who .estab- was devoted exclusively cancelled his projected trip to Canada. to his majesty the horse, has been in- Tfce various horses of the Garry Hermann, chairman of yaded: by something that was. never j stable raced, at Saratoga, where jar.) National Commission and one of the! Wm last night by-one of the members the detective department' At noon today, seven men were arrested and ibe charged .with, selling and sup- racing inTormatioa -contrary to The contracts stipulate that a i tae limita-tions of. the .Miller Bill and bonus of be paid these players j in' .-connection with the Woodbine BIG LEAGUE GAMES NATIONAL At -fittsburg ___000 100 101 7 .1 Brooklyn ......000 000 003 7 2 Camnitz, Gib son; .Knelser, Dessau and Miller and jaergen. At at. 010 020 10 rniiadelphia ...000 220 S 1 lotteries: Hearne, Lush and Bres- Shettler, Moore and Dooin. At New Cincinnati 9 1 New York 000 7 1 Gasper and McLean; Wiltz, Ames, -Hendricks -and Myers. Secon-d- u I Nolan wanted.-'..them to make their [leaders of the-baseball world. Her- liseed that most beautiful .race course.; showing, and. their-owners figure that j'mamr says that he has copies of con- The gates of America's _ most famous race tracks were actually opened to make way airship exhibition. Oldtlmers who looked on regarded they need a rest. David Woodruff is freshening them up for the Pimlico meeting. They are enjoying- the air of "Saratoga for tie present, but almost tracts which the new league has in- duced six major-league players to this as '.almost a profanation ,01 the] the first-of October they wiii'go down get ready for the Mary- land jockey club's autumn races. It is possible that tae last .horse race has been.seen on the Sheepshead Bay track. The .is im- mensely; containing thous- ands-of may be-.-citu'lup and sold. It is said to be valued .at aside from the stands, paddocks, and stables The tract is owned, by the Coney Island Jockey Club, made up almost exclus- ively of New York's famous four hun- dred- The horses -Woodford. is preparing for the Pimlico races are Sir John Johnson, Billy Barnes, Tasteful, Blue Mouse, Aldrian, Ford Bank and Bob R., The .stakes .'to be decided .-are1..the Matron-of. divided into two. parts, one for, colts and-one for fillies; Kernan purse, junior -'.steeple1 chase for 3-year-olds, .Oriole 'he Brighton track: individual Pimlico Patapsco enterprise. owned by Engleman of Brighton fame arid..a.iew others.'if they have not "already-1 sold! it, as .was re- ported. The track is used for 'auto- mobile and other kinds of. contests, track; is owned'by a four team leagne formed, ecamseh, Nation, Shamrocks. Mr. -William .Foran laad f- ,iajne prior to aoom--of race piece steeplechase, Stafford purse, Electric part steeplechase. "Linestead steeple- chase and many others.- An. .illustration of the-uses which. rate tracks of .vieraity are.novr being.put is announced that James A; in February, to be cashed as soon as the league's playing season opens. In from three. to five years, varying ac- cording to. the players become free agents. .Hermann believes'that the players -who have already signed will become managers of the teams. He believes that the promoters are willing to offer bonuses to other players but the sum paid them will be smaller. races. With one exception the men are all from New .York. -They are Michael- 'Burns, Tamidean. Wallace" Kemp, Barry- Kent, Frank Tracy, Thomas Wilson an-d- Joseph Klein. The. latter is. the-only Toronto boy' on the list. All are charged with selling on the streets, copies of the New'York Evening Telegraph, which it is stated, Contains racing informa- tion .which is illegal, according to .ruling at the time of the spring meeting of the On- j tario Jockey Club, when a local -paper I giving information was summoned on "XT il-fhtnearlyi the same and fined. -me., whole inside sheet of the-New .New.York, '.....000 010 6 1 Batteries: Fromme and Clarke; and Myers and Sehlei; AMERICAN At St. F.ailadelphia ...002 100 10 0 St. 000 1 5 1 Batteries: 'Morgan and Lapp; Boyd and -.Second rniiadelphia ...401 000 9 1 St. 000 1 Batteries: and La.pp; Pelty, Bailey a'nd 'Stephens. At S 14 Detroit 000'100 "s" Batteri-es: Ford, and Wil- ier, Peasley and Schmidt.: At 000 2 1. n ...OOO'.OOO i'- 1 -Scott and Payne; Gray, -3J3.CI Second Automobile informed thats, a iJlant for'the..repairing of all Tires knd Tubes has been installed by the CentraJ Cycle and Repair .Works, 381a Eighth Avenue, east, Calgary. The difficulty hitherto met with in having tires, and tubes Vulcanized has been eliminated, by the introduction of a thorough, up-to-date., plank. -Specimens of work on application. Work sent returned with all pos- sible despatch. Central Cycle and Repair Works 331A Eighth. 'Avenue East, Calgary. A. J. BARNES, Prop. P. 0. Broirae-Cosnjan Go. Five Stalls, with lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars delivered. .246 Westminster Road. STANDINGS. cnicago New vYork-V. Cincinnati jj'cuis Brooklyn. NATIONAL 92 ...i... 73 72 57 58" BASEBALL SITUATION AFFECTING THE WORLD'S UNCERTAIN rK Telegraph, a small' wagon loadjcaicago ..001. 001 V 3J of which were' seized, is devoted ex- Washington Jl '.12.0 "000 3 11 '2 cinsively to racing information. corner in large type are given'the'past performances of the Batteries: Block: Groom and AinsroitLu At I Detroit' A'eV rbrk'." Jttoston _ ,______possesses great valm v'Dr.'.'Chaboot, Walter Cunningham ti is too ;J" for vfhile :and. "Cornwall, were poor long all. will oe cut into-building .j'.f cares in the "season just closed, .there I -Is, every reason to believe that they stronger next'year. _ schenie will certainly not ma- -said one of the Capital of- "If eyidently, originated in i..-'-., Capitals knocked Tectunseh and i.'''.'" Toronto 'out of tae rniming two years i'Tagd'.and Cbmwali did likewise this Consequently it. is little won- h der "should Sol Soleman and Fred to exclude their dead- I'' opponents. Capital officers say the Montreal clubs .would stand tae Capitals and Cornwall' 'against 'any such more on the part of the Western club. rlt has beetf-suggested that the Sne'eps- 'h.ead. Bay track besought by the- city. and. used .as: a great athletic field ;for the boys and young men of the city. At Sheepshead Bay the hardest blow of all has been struck by the close-'of racing. In other days -September was" the busiest month, of the yearl .Were racing now in vogue the fall meeting would just ,be -beginning.- The .hotels would be crowded, the "stores would be thriving and the constant crack of jehu's whip would h-eralu the pass- ing back and forth through the little hamlet's streets of the thousands whose interests were centred at the tracks. WAGNER'S GREAT WELCOME gays: "Hans in .charge president of Nationals, International aviation, tournament vis- has agreed to'advance the-game with ited Belmbnt found tne: old St "Louis set for October 15, one day race track ".practically ready for the thus closing- the National league sea- flying machines" and. the son October 14th..' that, will: be there from to "The National 'league schedule was adopted last February and ends on Saturday. October said Mr. Chicago, SeptV 2S.--C. W. Murphy J Uorses and tae of each j Cleveland 300 001 b> K., Hughes "is." .-breaking ,'for for San, Francisco November 1 io take up liis duties as '.presiding judge -at Oakland "track.. Ke came over from Houst'onville with 'T, L. are specified. JBoston 020 OCO .Batteries: Demott, Mitche-11 Washington and l- 82 80 64 "51. 61 PORTLAND BEAT SPOKANE Murphy, we would be willing to move the last scheduled game to" Octo- ber 14th, .an open date, also that the post series- might start that .much sooner, provided -were in those Carpenter and saw the. yearlings that i games. At -American league head- S. K.- Hughes is breaking .them for work, for "the. .first 'time. Mr. filly by Royal Flush.IIL-Raglets {dam of Calash) worked1 a quarter in 24 1-5 seconds and Mr; Carpenter's colt by Ornus-Badina. worked the' same dis- tance in 25 seconds. quarters Jresitient Johnston Portland, "Ore., Sept. an- hprsesnoes'anii the flat-foot- edness of Pitcher Jess Baker, in the eighth innin-g, Portland. leaders of tfce Pacific Coast league, won a 1-0 victory over Spokane, champions of -the A'orta western league yester- smith'; -Hunt, Hall and Madden- and BC; 'Louls uarrjgan. Second 4> 2 1-___....002 003 1: 0 NEW RECORD BY DE PALMA Philadelphia, Sept. de Palina, in a Fiat car, Saturday, lowered {.the world's automobile "for 10'. i miles, "on a iis ultimatum that the championship -f- day before a crowd of some must be set in motion not later than j "r A [October 13. That something definite as regards the dates will be known soon is the news passed around by Johnson. on the track of the Belmont He covered Driving: club near here.. the distance in 1-5. .record was made some time ago in St. Paul. 46 58 60 69 72 82 85" 45- .62 61 62 76 ..SI 09- .667 .586 .557 '--500 ,-410 .406 .345 .682" .570 .567 .560 .457 .430 .430 .SOS BfJUJBEI) WAS RACER ROBERTSON, BUT HE IS The hockey magnates in the eastern Canadian metropolis are beginning to wake up to the fact that the seaso'n for the big .-winter game is approach- with, applause came to bat for the first time I3ying Dutchman is one of the roost :popular players who come to Cin- .'cinnsn, and the bags, can not help ad- J.! .TniELag Mm, even "when he-is "n'ot going i' .at-his -best clip. They welcomed him and lt is P216 something to have teams ready for the coming year. While the .Montreal Solons are busy doping out the prospects for the com- ing winter Ottawa' plutocrats are sitting refusing to their plans. There has been of the for- ST. LOUIS HOTBED OF BASEBALL Naw Sept.. 27.--George Robert- one-time Tanderbiit cup racer and one of the best-known automobile driv- ers of America, "was, thrown on the Massapequa-' curve on the Island motorway -yesterday and painfully in- jured. 'With Robertson, who was going 70 miles an lour a practice spin ;f or the a week from to- Baorrow, 'Va's Stephen Reynolds, of "this .city. giving an .initial r and their enthusiasm was re- doubled -when, Beebe fanned GREAT LUCK powers, it's bor-rn lucky I do think "I was hit by a automobile just as I startin' fr th' shop this momia.'. mede me'sthagger an.' a cop pinched sne for being oruni. I wor licked in a tight an' later I.wor blowed 50 feet idgh be a premachoor blast. I came home Dugan's goat b.utted me. into house, an' th1 old woman, -wor layih.' ifer ine wid a rollrn' pin." "An' in. th' name ave th' saints, 'do yez call that "Sure. Ain't I alive -this DIAMOND RINGS No, department in our busi- ness seems to increase so rapidly as tae "Diamond De- partment." Close prices, lowest repre- sentations make this only pos- sible. Each stone is critically examined before mounted. OUT special and S25.00 Solitaire is good value. Drop in and we will .be pleased to show you anything. may wish to see. JEWELER, Round St ners the aforesaid Solons go far to support such an idea. That plan 'is not seriously, taken in Ortawa it would appear, froni the re- .aries last season, and to make this the St. Louis is a real hotbed 'of mutiny, j success of Tinker, Chance i All the scribes here are urging a base-' Co. Shall war. They have cast in their lot sons in tha, it is belied onl? w, sate o. and tnat the millionaires would' not stand I Renfrew teams came to the rescue. an attempt j f ,iu as.4ii ilUlll tor the breaking up OL the National! The price cf a Q0dJey player American and National leagues in association although the silver district j risen to such> heigbi- ffiat post-season series. In the west it is teams might not be .able to stand the! cairaot a chasce in letting general belief that Fletcher is serf- om i Joe Jackson match star casts from league; reports to "club shortly. He will play'in the Cincina- u series. expense of the major circuit. Bat even weak elubs remain in the league, with and Cobalt out of the league, there would still -be.a strong hand of drawing cards in Ottawa, Wanderers, Shamrock, Les Canadians, and Renfrew. Ottawa would welcome the. addition of the Nationals to .the league, and mation of a new league..and .the. nrn-_with_ such._ strong backing, it __is. felt there that the club would surely come to the front within a- short time. Ot- tawa had to guarantee in sal- ous in his talk of trouble-making. One i "What a galazy of baserstealing stars Rumors of present piracy are declared that Fletcher might 1 Clark Griffith will have when "Dare- ping up on all sides. The present i purchase the franchise of the Browns, devil" Dave Altizer joins the Reds. As league has a rule which says of course, is so absurd as to be a seven-man combination Bescher. Pas teams cannot take players away from ridiculous. Imagine Ban Mitchell, Hoblitzel, Egan, Altizer one club without permission of that art insurgent into'his peaceful j and Irobert are .the fleetest'men in baseball. Every one of the seven is a" classy fielder aiid a hard hitter. Why team. It is well known that the fold. Creamery town management would; like very much to have a couple of i star tockeyists migrate this winter, and should the National league "Jimmy" Joanstcae, umpire, picks je Chicago Cubs to beat the Philadel- phia Athletics in the world's champion- MIKE mJEPBEY XIKE'S NEW RULES; CHANCE EOS LONG RUNS .unaer. every hockey team associa- ship series faU> non would practically be knifed. were thfi National league organization of the new hockey for thft in Montreal is not causing any serious lookg tnmmng in Art. Ross' exper-I-jthe CMcago Mike .Murphy, Pennfs- veteran trainer and football not among those who think that..the_.great college game has..been "no pushing or pulling" 'rule- and kindred changes adopted this year. In fact, Mike is an optimist, as far as football is concerned. "They are improving-the game ,a31 the time." he. said to a .group of last year's Pennsylvania teass-a few days ago. "It has beea a better game since ence with the ill-fated Montreal crew! ________ jlast winter is a certainty than the j National league will Jiave nothing to "If they take the pass away, with the new league unless Padd'y said Mr. Johnstone. President John T. Brash of the Gi- the halfback will play up close to thejDoran disclaims all to the ants has "cold feet." He is refusing to line, and will throw the runner "oackj Stars, who are to comprise the new let McGraw's men play a post-season 'team. No action has yet been taken! series with the Highlanders. New York in regard to tha signing up of play-1press and public are importuning-the ers tor this year's team. Harry contrary club owner to give his con- uer.r Fred Lake, Hamby Shore, Brurejsent to the games- is it that the Ginks can't win. Catcher Ira Thomas of the Philadel- phia Athletics will be kept "in cotton" j from now until the end of the Ameri- can league -season so he will be in as though ishape for tiie world's series. Thomas rill stop the Ath-iis from a severe wrench of [his back, and, although his injury is not considered serious, Manager Mack will take no chances of using him until he completely recovered. series as he' comes through the line, for he must come through alone. "I think some rule will "be found necessary requiring the linemen to play in a standing or at least crouch- s.uart, and Gordon Roberts are in the ing position. To have_any variety of jci-.y. Walter Small! is said to have attack it must be possible to gain agreed last winter to return to Ot- some ground through the line. tawa. and his ratm-n rounds out last "If linemen play low and charge, team. Then there are a husky bunch of juniors in this city, to say nothing Every day it's becoming more and The Providence Grays of 1882 were fighting it out for the National league banner with Pop Arson's 'colts just 28 years ago. On September 4 Providence won 44 and lost 26 games, while the White Stockings had 40 victories and 28 defeats to their credit. By win- 1905 than it was before, and it will be they have done in the I con't Better next fall than it was last year. They have mace it impossible for Think one man alone will be able to gain through them at all. Make them all the strain of -the attack to be di- j play up and they would have some rected against one weakening -man, chance at least of slipping past them. and they have given greater oppor- "These rules are going to put the tunity for rest and recuperation by the j game back where it was before 1892. players during the game. think they will have to leave us the forward pass, though, as we won't able to gain, ground at all with the forward pass in the game, the team on the defensive will have to play its halfbacks, back to jston. ths fpass, and then it may be possib'c to jshoot one man through the line and {get him loose for a run without vio- jlating the "no pushing, no pulling' rale. Then the game was largely individual. more apparent that "King" Cole wiUining 14 out of the fiaal 15 satnes Ail- son's men copped the rag. Boston. De- jbe Chicago's" pitcher in chief in the world's series. His latest feat was to easily dispose of the Pirates. On Horace Gaul, Alex Currie, Nick Bawlf, j- the other hand, Miner Brown's offer- Giroux, Edgar Dey and Harry! Broaobend, all of whom have had league experience. 7'flcVe Gerrard will ings are being hit hard and often by UMy turn i this There was little interference and no 1.-ten ihc Ottawas have been anxious to every team in the National league. concentrated, massed attack. The de- velopment of fine team play and con- Hugh Jennings expresses the opin- ion that the Cubs aren't the team they up. Tiers i- taik of hnvius; (were two or three years ago. Never- tlie local players start season 1 theless, he predicts that unless the on artificial ice, probably going across Athletics show plenty of fighting spirit centrated attack began under Woodruff j the border for a couple of weeks before :they will be beaten. All experts are at Pennsylvania and Stagg at Sprin-jthey form in Canada. The immense 1 agreed that Chicago's pitching staff is field Traiiymsr .crhnnl at rha' coma, >__i__ r_ field Trailing school at rha oowie "Before that there was no mass play because the game had not been syste- matized. Now there will be none be- cause it will be impossible." juai, i wcaivei Liiau .law au< winter guarantees any amount which the local management may spend on a team and Ottawa will be right up in d and that the players are "going back" rather than forward. Speculators should taken these facts into consider- troit, Cleveland, Buffalo. Worcester also ran that Troy, and memorable season. The failure of the Cincinnati club is the greatest mystery in baseball. On paper Griffith is giving order to the "best young club in yet on the diamond they utterly disappoint their ardent admirers. As inconsistent performers th-sy have no rivals. One day they are world beaters and the next "despised bush leaguers. Could the Reds discover .a subtle and effective manner scoring runs they would be the talk entire .country. "It's fair to say that Cincinnati has a ball club -which throws away innumerable front when the first game is called, lation before risking large sums on the opportunities to scope. tryout ear which he was to have the race. the ,Massape- the most 'daa-. the car gave a jump, one side and ,'was complstcly-'f. oref-tiarned. Robertson and thrown 30 feet or 'more. ;v unconscious but beyond a f ew.seratches and bruises Reynolds was uninjured. At the Nassau :.Hospital Robertson was found to be suffering from many bruises and cuts and from pains in Che chest, having been thrown with such force against the steering wheel that tae steering post broke, but he announced that he would drive in the race nest week. He expects to be out of the by Slonday. Lunch C. Messer Proprietor Successor to C. L Uptoa Basement Oliver BIk. Barber Shop in Connection j ;